10 Terms Defining Digital Transformation in the Consumer Goods Industry
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There has been a lot of discussion about the digital transformation of retail, and yet the concept is so all-encompassing that it can be a challenge to keep track of what it really means, where you are in the journey and how it directly applies to your business.
Aperion and EnsembleIQ have partnered to research how digital transformation is shaping retail and how we as an industry can form a common lexicon to identify best practices and share our successes. The full Retail Digital Transformation Glossary is available for download; however, these are the top 10 terms defining the future of c-stores:
AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) IN-STORE
Real-world interactive experience that augments real-world objects across various sensory platforms including auditory, visual, somatosensory, haptic and olfactory through computer-generated perceptual information.
Software or cloud computing applications designed to give large organizations rapid, efficient access to customer data so they can keep track of customer information and survey the customer base.
Interactive kiosk, touchscreen or other mobile device in a brick-and-mortar store that enables customers to browse and shop the retailer's entire catalog of products.
Software-defined IT infrastructure that virtualizes all the elements of conventional hardware-defined systems, including virtualized computing, a virtualized SAN and virtualized networking at a minimum.